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Abhijeet Bhattacharya slams Salman Khan for opposing MNSs order against Pakistani actors
Bollywood playback singer Abhijeet Bhattacharya has slammed superstar Salman Khan for questioning the campaign against Pakistani artistes working in India. He also accused the actor for being ashamed to show loyalty to India and supporting terrorism.

Salman on Friday said, "They are artistes. What do you think... Are artistes terrorists? They come to India with visa. Who gives them the visa? Our (Indian) government gives them visa. The government gives them work permit," reported TOI.

Bhattacharya on Saturday tweeted, "Pakistani and Indian artists have one thing common, both enjoy India's money, love, fame and both are anti-India anti-Indian Army #SalmanKhan. Fawad Khan shows true patriotism towards his country Pakistan, whilst Bollywood's Salman Khan is ashamed to show loyalty to India." The singer also said that the Bollywood star is busy shooting films with Pakistani actors, and has no interest on issues of the country. 

He said, "Super stars don't watch news of #UriAttack #Pakistan killing, shooting, butchering Indians, they are busy too.. shooting with Pakis"

The singer's comments came a day after Salman expressed his views about the "ultimatum" issued by Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) and the "ban" by Indian Motion Picture Producers Association (IMPPA) on Pakistani artistes from working in Indian showbiz. MNS had issued a 48-hour ultimatum on September 23 to all Pakistani cine and television artistes to leave India. The ban came after the September 18 terror attack that killed 19 Indian soldiers in Uri, Jammu and Kashmir.

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